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In the 1930s, Royal Raymond Rife invented a device that emitted an electromagnetic field that successfully disabled disease-causing pathogens without harming the human (or animal) host. The device also added voltage to the body's tissues, strengthening cells and improving nutrient absorption and waste removal. Modern versions of this equipment are available today. People all over the world are using Rife Therapy to heal from cancer, infectious diseases (flu, Lyme, Candida, Ebola, anthrax, etc.), and degenerative conditions. THE RIFE HANDBOOK describes the history and science of the invention, explains where to obtain machines today, and gives detailed instructions on how to use Rife Therapy for yourself, family, friends, and even animals. THE RIFE HANDBOOK also contains detailed, accessible information on the most cutting-edge complementary and alternative medicine therapies, most of them affordable to anyone. These therapies include all kinds of electromedical protocols, such as light, color, magnetism, and electricity. For more information, reviews, and free downloads from THE RIFE HANDBOOK, see and click, on the left hand side, "Description and Contents."
The Rife Handbook
of Frequency Therapy
and Holistic Health
an integrated approach for cancer and other diseases
5th Edition
© 2018 by Nenah Sylver, PhD
© 2018 by Nenah Sylver, PhD
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The Rife Handbook of Frequency Therapy and Holistic Health: an integrated approach for cancer and other diseases.
Updated and Expanded 5th Edition
The first softcover edition of this book, with a different title, was published in 2001 by The Center for Frequency. Two
larger, revised hardcover editions, with substantially new material, an index and also different titles, were published in
2009 and 2011 by Desert Gate Productions LLC. This updated and expanded 2018 edition is published by Desert Gate
Productions LLC. All rights reserved.
New interior book design by Nenah Sylver.
Cover design by Duane Burchett and Nenah Sylver.
Index by Nenah Sylver.
Cover Images, Back.
Top: Bipolar nerve cell, as seen through the Ergonom microscope.
Middle: Cross section of a bone 3.5 mm thick, as seen through the Ergonom microscope.
Bottom: Cell division, as seen through the Ergonom microscope.
ISBN: 978-0-9818075-2-2
Library of Congress Control Number: 2008904590
Imagine what your life would be like if you could
eliminate ill health in as little as one day for something
mild (like the common cold), or in several months to a
year, maximum, for a more serious illness (like cancer).
To do this, you would need three things: a protocol to
strengthen your system so that it’s no longer a breeding
ground for pathogens, a frequency device, and a list of
frequencies to go with the device. You would not need
toxic drugs or invasive surgery, you would not incur
unfairly high medical bills, and you would not have to
depend on doctors for long periods of time. This protocol
is called Rife Therapy, named after its inventor Royal
Raymond Rife.
American scientist Royal Rife, and his remarkable
technology that has helped thousands overcome life-
threatening diseases, is finally becoming more public
after decades of suppression. As incredible as it sounds,
though, the knowledge that specific frequencies destroy
pathogens is not new. Royal Rife began his career as an
inventor almost a century ago.
It all started with one of Rife’s key inventions, a most
unusual microscope. In those days, the magnifying power
of existing microscopes was poor. Individual viruses,
and even some bacteria, could not be seen because they
were too small. Determined to view them, Rife built
his highly acclaimed Universal Microscope. Many times
more powerful than other magnifying instruments, the
microscope made specimens visible without killing them.
This feat was beyond the capacity of even an electron
microscope, which makes pathogens visible by bombarding
them with electrons in a vacuum, thus destroying them.
Rife had a good reason for wanting to see specimens
in their natural live state. If you want to discover how to
kill a microorganism, you need to know how it reacts to
its environment. Once Rife could observe the activities
and responses of living microorganisms, he could devise
a method to destroy them. Hence, the Rife Ray was born.
Rife’s strategy of destroying microorganisms was based
on the principle of resonance. Every living organism has a
resonant frequency, or intrinsic radiation signature. The
cliché of the soprano who shatters a glass with her single,
pure, focused tone is (for now) an adequate working
metaphor for how Rife’s electronic device worked. The
various frequencies it emitted, via an electromagnetic field,
corresponded to the resonance of different pathogens and
therefore disabled them. Once they were no longer viable,
the body’s immune cells could eliminate them.
Tests were successfully conducted on thousands of
infected animals. Many of the most prestigious doctors and
pathologists in the US, impressed with the initial results,
supported Rife in several ways. They gave him money,
worked with him in his laboratory, substantiated his
findings, and used the Rife Ray in their US and overseas
clinics. Some doctors even sent Rife notarized affidavits
affirming the effectiveness of the treatments. Accounts
of Rife’s microscope and ray machine were published in
newspapers, journals, and medical bulletins across the
United States.
Ironically, Rife’s treatments may have been too
successful. The medical-pharmaceutical industry,
foreseeing a massive loss in profits from drugs and
surgeries, appointed some very vocal opponents—none
of whom, it should be pointed out, tested the machine.
The physicians and financial backers who had been
Rife’s colleagues and friends became targets of character
assassination. Medical boards threatened to revoke the
licenses of doctors who used the Rife Ray unless they
relinquished their equipment. Some of Rife’s closest
collaborators later denied even knowing him, despite
the existence of a widely circulated photograph in which
they appeared with him at a banquet in his honor. Articles
on Rife and his inventions began disappearing from
newspaper archives. The greed and callousness of the
wealthy powerful few deprived many sick people of healing
and even cost them their lives. Vilified and discredited by
the ignorant and greedy, his technology misunderstood
and underutilized, Royal Raymond Rife died in 1971.
Rife’s story, while unique in some ways, nonetheless
follows a familiar pattern. First, a therapy is discovered
that’s non-invasive, inexpensive, and drug free. Next,
after it makes large numbers of people well, its inventor,
proponents and users are privately harassed, publicly
humiliated, and legally persecuted. Perhaps they even die
of mysterious causes or under suspicious circumstances.
Finally, steeped in rumor and innuendo, the modality
disappears. As with other promising complementary
treatments, Rife’s therapy was driven underground.
The long silence on Rife and his inventions was finally
broken with Christopher Birds article “What Has Become
of the Rife Microscope?”, which appeared in the March
1976 issue of New Age Journal and was later reprinted in
other publications. Then in 1987, Barry Lynes published
The Cancer Cure That Worked, an emotionally-charged
glorification of Rife’s life and work. However, original
source material was scarce. Movie footage from 1936
showing Rife in his lab, and a few equally old photographs,
provided the only visual clues about the equipment.
Gradually, other memorabilia surfaced: Rife’s surviving
lab notes, letters, telegrams, photographs and awards, all
unearthed from different locations. One researcher spent
hours rummaging through the morgue files of a California
newspaper office to find decades-old news clippings.
Another investigator spotted articles in obscure yellowing
engineering journals. Still others uncovered documents in
the attics and basements of people descended from Rife’s
colleagues and co-workers. One astonishing find was an
old trunk full of reel-to-reel tapes, featuring discussions
between Rife and his close colleagues. The tapes were
transferred onto CDs and made available to the public.
Around 2005, a non-working Rife Ray was found in a
museum and restored by a team of resourceful engineers.
Shortly after, a US frequency equipment manufacturer
acquired a box of priceless documents from a nurse who
had once worked with Royal Rife’s colleague John Marsh.
This manufacturer was then given an old schematic of one
of Rife’s original units built in the 1930s. With the help of
others—including an elderly engineer familiar with the
tube technology of Rife’s era—he deciphered the almost
illegible drawing and reconstructed the model. Then an
actual prototype of yet another model was discovered,
and the Rife community was closer to understanding how
Rife’s technology worked. This knowledge was not merely
academic. It could, and would, lead to the production of
more effective modern units.
Also around this time, the most powerful of Rife’s
microscopes was resurrected: the Universal Microscope
(after being stolen from Rife’s lab decades earlier and
then recovered). Kept safely in an undisclosed location,
it underwent meticulous restoration by several key
researchers until it was again taken. Predictably perhaps,
the cloak-and-dagger antics of secrecy, theft, and duplicity
that had plagued Royal Rife have continued today.
Fortunately, not everyone interested in Rife history
wanted to hoard their treasures. Many documents, along
with designs of Rife’s original ray machine, were posted
on the Internet. This global sharing has allowed Rife’s
diverse technologies to inspire progress in many fields
of electromedicine today. Using the primary source
materials as references, scientists, health practitioners,
electronics engineers and curious laypeople are now
experimenting with different types of machines as well as
new frequencies. With a rapidly growing, fresh generation
of wellness seekers demanding access to life-saving
technology, a new era of frequency healing has been born.
Although frequency equipment has been substantially
modified and redesigned since Rife’s colleagues treated
people in the 1930s, 40s and 50s, the basic principle
of how the devices work—pathogen destruction
through resonance—remains the same. There are now
hundreds of companies, on every continent of the globe,
selling frequency therapy units to address all types of
diseases. Despite the intimidation tactics of the medical-
pharmaceutical industry and some government agencies,
more researchers are stepping forward to share what they
know, via the printed page, radio, electronic media, and
at conferences. In addition, medical clinics and formal
and informal research centers are springing up all over
the world: Australia, Mexico, Canada, the Netherlands,
New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, Romania, and the
United States, among other countries.
It was over 30 years ago—around 1983, long before
the massive infusion of Rife-related artifacts—that I
first heard about Rife’s technology. Cryptic fliers from
companies specializing in unusual devices somehow found
their way to me. From time to time, electronics buffs
and complementary health practitioners would tell me
about a device that emitted frequencies to reverse disease,
but they were extremely vague in their accounts and
couldn’t or wouldn’t elaborate. The couple of fliers that
specifically addressed rife machines gave, for merchant
contact information, addresses that were either in Mexico
or for United States post office boxes, so I wasn’t sure
if the sellers were honorable. Because I still had more
questions than answers about the information I was seeing,
I didn’t do much more than collect data.
Thus for many years, Rife and his inventions occupied
the same category as all the other unsolved mysteries of
the universe, like who built the Easter Island statues and
how did the Bermuda Triangle sink ships. Although my
collection of papers taunted me with their “too good to be
true” rumors, my intuition told me that this information
was vitally important and would one day bear fruit. So I
put everything into a file folder and waited, remaining
open to whatever the universe might choose to reveal.
Then in 1993 I met Howard, a US-based dulcimer
maker and musician who had majored in electrical
engineering at Cornell and was now retired. With his
highly inquisitive mind, engineering background and
love of tinkering with machines, Howard was an ideal
Rife researcher. (He had already demonstrated an affinity
for unusual science projects: One winter holiday, he sent
me several Petri dishes containing glow-in-the-dark
fungus as a gift.) Howard had previously been interested
in frequencies as a musician (as had I), so learning about
Rife was a logical next step. When he informed me that
unfortunately (for experimentation purposes) he was in
excellent health and therefore had no way to test his (not
one, but two) frequency units, I could not believe my
good fortune. Having suffered for years from a severe
systemic Candida albicans infection and desperate for
relief, I instantly volunteered to do the testing for him.
Just as eagerly, Howard accepted my offer. This is how
my academic query turned into a hands-on experiment.
Little did I know that my experimentation would lead
me to unexpected and startling places—and continue
indefinitely. I exposed myself to many different types
and makes of machines and tried nearly all of the
frequencies that were on the lists that came with the units.
My efforts were rewarded when the Candida became
more manageable. Then I began helping friends and
acquaintances with health problems of their own.
As people learned that I was experimenting with rife
technology, they began asking me about Rife and his life,
how frequencies work, and about healing in general. Not
knowing all the answers—especially when they involved
electronics and details about pathogens—I pumped
information from every knowledgeable professional who
was willing to talk to me. Dragging out my dusty medical
and science textbooks, I increased my knowledge about
biology, brushed up on physics, labored over chemistry,
and struggled with electronics. I also read every book on
Rife that I could find. The problem was, except for Barry
Lynes’s indignant little paperback and one highly technical
manual on how to build a frequency machine, very little
information on Rife and his inventions was available. Not
only that, there was no cohesive guide to understanding
or using frequency equipment. Plus, information on the
frequencies themselves was scattered in many different
places. So I began to compile a simple guide of popular
frequencies that I had personally found to be effective,
while continuing to work with new frequencies.
Almost immediately, it became clear to me that
I couldn’t just create a list of numbers to go with the
equipment. I wanted people to understand that in most
cases, it wasn’t enough to receive frequency sessions;
they had to actively eliminate the conditions that had
allowed their illness to occur in the first place. I needed to
investigate, refine, and explain a solid, workable paradigm
of what it meant to be healthy.
At that point, a major area of my life had become heavily
impacted by my involvement with Rife research: my work
as a Reichian (body-mind) psychotherapist. More and
more clients were coming to me who were struggling not
only with knotty emotional issues, but also with serious
physical ailments. They had been taught that Western
medicine was the only legitimate modality, so they weren’t
convinced that holistic methods could help them. Some
clients had trouble understanding that physical disease can
influence one’s emotional state in unexpected ways. This
lack of comprehension struck me as odd—considering
that they had specifically sought my services because they
knew that unresolved emotions lodge in the body as muscle
tension, which causes biochemical changes that eventually
lead to illness. But it never occurred to these same clients
that many emotional problems can be exacerbated, or even
directly caused, by the same biochemical imbalances and
pathogens involved in disease! This piece of information
even more strongly fired my resolve to focus on the
physical, as well as emotional, origins of disease.
The more I became immersed in frequency therapy,
sharing—with friends, acquaintances and even strangers,
anyone who’d listen—became a full-time job. There was
so much to report and explain that I was teaching even
in social situations when I “should” have been relaxing. I
did recognize, though, that this was a lot of information
for people to handle—especially in a social situation,
where they’re not expecting to be bombarded by an
impassioned lecture on medicine. Also, people tend to
retain information more easily if it’s written down. And,
most important, although my enthusiasm never waned, my
energy levels did. So I realized I needed another way to
convey the material, and looked for well written, acessible
books that presented the topic clearly and thoroughly.
To my great dismay, I couldn’t find what I was looking
for. What I wanted, very simply, was an all-purpose
holistic health book that met many needs and featured a
wide range of topics: cutting-edge research in medicine
and science, an exposition on Rife and his work, and a
foundational discussion of electromedicine (so people
would understand why Rife therapy is so effective), along
with a directory of frequencies to use for specific health
conditions. Not surprisingly in retrospect, nothing suited
my exacting requirements. After complaining for months
about how hard it was to obtain reliable information
about Rife, in conjunction with additional topics that I
felt were essential—presented, no less, in just the way I
wanted—I realized that the person who was supposed to
put all this together was me. That is how my little list of
popular frequencies metamorphosed into a project whose
scope I couldn’t possibly have foreseen. This fifth edition
that you are now holding in your hands is the result of my
curiosity, learning, labor and love over the course of two
and a half decades.
Now that you have this Handbook, where do you begin?
Some readers, especially those who own frequency
devices, may be tempted to jump directly to the Frequency
Directory (Chapter 5). But this Handbook is about much
more than pathogen-destroying frequencies. It is about
freeing yourself from medical propaganda, trusting in your
own experience, and opening to the self-confidence and
health that blossom when you think and act for yourself.
So please don’t ignore the beginning of the book. It shows
you new ways to approach your body and healing, as well
as addressing your questions about rife machines.
Chapter 1, “The Politics of Medicine and the Nature
of Health,” is a primer on allopathic vs. holistic (also
known as “complementary,” “alternative,” or “functional”)
medicine. It explains why most drugs don’t work and
in fact make you worse—as well as how most clinical
trials are not only worthless, but can be rigged to “prove”
whatever outcome the experimenter wants. The reader is
also shown how drugs are approved, and by whom—which
in virtually all cases, involves politics and profit rather
than humanitarian concerns or even good science. This
chapter also contains a brand new section on electrosmog:
what it is, how it affects us, and how to avoid it.
Chapter 2, “The History of Pleomorphism and the
Inventions of Royal Raymond Rife,” features Rife’s unusual
life and the controversial debate over pleomorphism—a
phenomenon relatively unknown in the United States, but
widely understood in Europe. Pleomorphism is the ability
of pathogens to radically change their form, structure and
function, from simple and primitive to highly complex and
multi-functional, depending on the changing terrain of
the body. Rife’s microscope showed that often, pathogens
become dangerous only when the system becomes
biochemically unbalanced. So, if you are attached to
the germ theory of disease, this chapter will give you
a different perspective. The debate on pleomorphism
is important, because as long as we perceive ourselves
as helpless victims of germs, we’ll continue to rely on
pharmaceuticals to help us get well. But if we understand
that pathogens can and do adapt to their environment, we
can lessen or remove their harm, knowing that we can
alter that environment—the terrain of our own bodies.
The task of making that terrain (ourselves) less
hospitable to pathogens leads us to Chapter 3, “Healthy
Living and Complementary Therapies.” Here, you will find
some of the most effective, user-friendly, and inexpensive
protocols to help you detoxify and heal. This chapter is a
guide for frequency device users who want to handle the
effects of sudden microbial die-off. But it’s also designed
for non-rifers who want clarity about lifestyle choices,
and are eager to learn about some of the best, mostly self-
administered, holistic protocols available today. Readers
already familiar with these protocols will learn new ways
to approach what they’re doing. The range of therapies
is vast. In addition to ozone, sauna and light therapies,
Inclined Bed Therapy, and homemade colloidal silver, I
have added sections on homeopathy, organ cleanses, and
so-called “folk” remedies that really work—activated
charcoal, clay, and castor oil. This edition also contains
vital new information on food, exercise, and nutritional
supplements. Also, from my Reichian psychology
background, I discuss the relationship between mind and
body and the psychological aspects of what we call disease.
Chapter 4 shifts our focus to the “how to” of Rife’s
technology. To apply this technology correctly, you need
to know who can benefit from the equipment and who
should not use it, and under what circumstances; what
type of frequency device might best suit your needs; how
to give yourself a Rife Therapy session; how to administer
sessions to children, pets and the elderly; how to select
the correct frequencies; how to deal with detoxification
reactions from microbial die-off; and what to do if you’re
not getting the results you want. If you already own a
frequency device, this chapter will help you use it to its full
advantage. If you don’t own one, this chapter will help you
choose the unit that’s right for you. In addition to older
material that has been rewritten for clarity, there are some
new sections, including one specifically for practitioners
on how to incorporate this therapy into a busy practice.
Chapter 5, offering an extensive “Frequency Directory,”
also teaches the reader how to navigate through the
alphabetized listings that provide frequencies for common
and exotic diseases. In addition to conditions such as
allergies, cancer, HIV, Lyme disease, Morgellons and
neurological disorders, Chapter 5 includes the viruses,
bacteria, parasites, protozoa and fungi that are implicated
in these symptom pictures. This chapter also doubles as
a basic medical primer for the layperson; so even those
without a rife machine will benefit from its contents.
Summaries of the functions of organs, glands, and bodily
systems accompany the listings, along with suggestions of
holistic therapies that support (or can be substituted for)
the frequency therapy. When medical terms are used,
they are always translated into plain, everyday language.
Chapter 6, “Creating a Better World, Inside and Out,”
deals with topics that might be regarded as optional, but
they will help us meet today’s challenges. Many people are
unprepared for death and they fear it, both for themselves
and their loved ones. Yet paradoxically, in the United
States at least, the dominant values (not to mention
images) of the culture are filled with death. Our social
system supports misery, poverty, fear and hate, instead
of joy, abundance, truth and love. We cannot die in peace
without living in love. In this chapter I discuss the changes
that must be made on all levels—personal, political and
transpersonal—in order for a life-based culture to emerge.
In keeping with this theme, I could not resist including
some exciting, groundbreaking scientific research that
points to the existence of what some call “spirit” and
proves beyond a doubt that love heals.
Appendix A, “Resources,” lists some great sources
of health-related information, products, and services
(including some new listings, such as EMF protection
and personal care products). For those who want to offer
Rife Therapy to others, Appendix B, “Legal Implications
of Rife Sessions,” discusses some challenges of using a
non-medically approved device for healing purposes.
(Please note that I am not an attorney. Not all countries
and municipalities have the same legal requirements for
providing electromedical therapies. Use this section as
a guide, but do consult legal counsel to ensure that you
are compliant with the laws of your locale.) Appendix C,
“Healing with Electromedicine and Sound Therapies,” is
written for the layperson with no background in physics
or electronics. This overview, which includes definitions
and concepts related to the electromagnetic spectrum and
sound waves, will help you better understand the more
technical aspects of almost any electromedical device you
wish to use.
Appendix D lists some publications on electromedicine.
You may be suprised to learn that medical doctors were
using many of these technologies over one hundred years
ago! Appendix E describes a recent US medical study of
a frequency machine to kill leukemia cells. Appendix F
lists toxic chemicals in household products that many of us
use every day, so you can avoid them. These chemicals are
totally unnecessary because, as described in Appendix G,
there are “Safe Substitutes for Common Toxic Chemicals.”
Appendix H shows you how to assemble your own
detoxification footbath for under ten dollars (and yes, it
really does work). Appendix I, compiled just before this
book went to press, presents medical studies showing the
harm of WiFi, microwave ovens, cell phones, computers,
and other electropolluting equipment. This is a vitally
important appendix, because the telecommunications
industry—often with the sanction of governments,
worldwide—has not only suppressed these studies (and
replaced them with lies), but is now pushing the even
more dangerous 5G techology. This needs to be stopped.
In References, for your convenience, I include contact
information for some non-mainstream sources.
Now for some editorial comments. Because a major
theme of this book is self-empowerment, I have tried to
select my words carefully. When referring to people with
health problems, I dont use the word “patient” because it
reflects and reinforces a hierarchical model that exalts the
doctor as the all-knowing savior and relegates the health
seeker to a subordinate, lesser role. The history of the
word “layman” reveals a similar subordinate status; and
even though I use “layperson” instead of the gender-biased
“layman,” the origin of the word should be noted. Initially,
“layman” meant any person (male) who was not a member
of the laity (clergy). Later, “layman” was expanded to
mean anyone who was not in a specialized profession.
In other words, a layman is a commoner without a title.
In today’s dualistic world, more respect is given to those
who hold prestigious titles and degrees than to those who
do not. In truth, many laypeople are highly educated and
informed—often more than those with degrees—but
their lack of medical credentials apparently still makes
them commoners (unworthy). I couldn’t find a suitable
word in English designating someone who is not a medical
professional yet is worthy of respect.
This leads me to my citing of people who don’t
hold titles or degrees. While I have, of course, quoted
credentialed professionals whom I admire and respect,
I have also quoted people who aren’t well known or
necessarily have degrees, but who offer valuable input.
Considering how many medical researchers have falsified
data and outright lied (explored in depth in Chapter 1),
it seems fitting that we expand our notion of whose ideas
are worth considering. It is my hope that common sense
and a resonance with the truth, rather than degrees and
titles, will prevail.
Despite my own language preferences, when quoting
others I try to respect the writer’s voice. Thus, if certain
words are used (such as “patient”), I leave them in. The
same holds true with spellings, such as British English,
which is sometimes different from American English.
Royal Rife’s name is used often, as one would expect.
Appropriate to this usage, “Rife” is capitalized. However,
“rife” and “rifing” are now being used as verbs (referring
to the act of giving oneself a frequency session). For these,
and for the noun “rifer” (which refers to one who gives
oneself frequency sessions), the “r” is not capitalized.
Similarly, when used to describe frequency equipment,
“rife” is not capitalized, as none of the units being made
today were made by Royal Rife the man. A similar logic
explains why “rife practitioner” also uses a lower-case
“r.” However, when referring to the research, “Rife” is
capitalized because engineers and scientists involved in
this area are usually investigating the man as well as the
technology. I do capitalize “Rife Therapy,” however, to
make this modality immediately visually recognizable
and distinct from other holistic protocols being discussed.
My final editorial comment concerns the completeness
of the data in this new edition. I have included current
discoveries about health as much as possible. We already
know that two scientists—who for years had been
ridiculed by colleagues for insisting that stomach ulcers
are caused by a bacterium—found Helicobacter pylori
in the stomach lining of enough people with ulcers to
win a Nobel Prize. However, dangerous microorganisms
are now being linked to conditions we normally might
not associate with pathogens at all. For example, one
doctor found a corkscrew-shaped, bacterial spirochete in
the spinal fluid of over 90% of his clients with Multiple
Sclerosis. Actinomycetes is being tied to Parkinson’s
disease. And irrefutable evidence shows that not one, but
two strains of Adenovirus can make us fat. In addition,
we now know that bones and fat cells produce hormones.
More details on medical cover-ups have also been
included in this edition, although frankly, it’s hard to
keep up with them. There’s a fresh scandal every month,
if not week—about not only the adverse effects of drugs,
vaccines and medical devices, but also the drug industry’s
attempts to hide, distort and outright falsify test results
in the hope that consumers will continue to buy their
products. Depending on the media spin, it’s either sloppy
science (their intentions are honorable and they’re just
incredibly incompetent), or outright lies (they know
exactly what they’re doing and don’t care who they hurt).
Every effort has been made to bring you the most up-to-
date news. But unfortunately, more corruption always
seems to occur (or at least becomes public knowledge). The
printed page cannot match the speed at which electronic
media disseminates new information. Therefore, you are
encouraged to search for updates on your own.
The first edition of The Rife Handbook debuted at the
March 2002 Rife Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada,
in the United States. Despite my having steadily been
researching this technology for eight years at that time
(long after I was given those first fliers about Rife’s
therapy), I could not have anticipated how many people
were hungry for information about this unique healing
modality. Nor could I have grasped the diversity and
sophistication of knowledge required to be a researcher in
this field—not until I attended the conference.
Being at that conference, as a speaker, author and
student, changed my life. Health professionals, equipment
manufacturers, and engineers were present. But others
attended too—people who knew someone with a serious
disease or who were ill themselves. Tired of the same old
drugs-and-surgery routine dispensed by doctors trained
in nothing else, they wanted something better. Several
people who were already using the technology recounted
successful interventions against cancer, Lyme disease, and
other conditions. I was very moved by the courage of these
folks who were taking charge of their own lives—often
despite the hostility of their friends and families, and
against the advice of their allopathically trained doctors.
I was also impressed by the dedication and talents
of the researchers. While it was true that they could
be a cantankerous bunch—quarreling about their pet
theories, how things worked and how to best accomplish
their goals—it was largely because they cared. They
should I use” advice. You are being asked to set aside a
one-size-fits-all, pop-a-pill-for-instant-results mentality
concerning medicine. You are also being asked to consider
that your education in the sciences was at best incomplete,
and at worst an outright lie. You are being asked to
maintain (at least for a while) an open and inquiring
mind. And you are being asked to make changes in your
lifestyle if necessary. This could mean anything from
different dietary habits to questioning authority or even to
meditating daily. Transformation means thinking outside
of the box—indeed, dismantling that box entirely! As
a colleague said to me recently, “What box? There is no
box!” The good news is, the more we extricate ourselves
from old habits and rigid constraints, the more we can
reinvent ourselves in increasingly life-affirming ways.
This new paradigm that I am asking you to consider
does contain some familiar elements. After all, Rife’s
therapy—at least what he publicized—was all about
viewing and devitalizing harmful microorganisms. But
despite the clear association between pathogens and
disease, this doesn’t mean that we should ignore other
issues pertaining to wellness. Healing means balancing
the bodily terrain; even Rife himself stated its importance.
(Hence, the need for lifestyle changes.) Also, despite
Rife’s spotlight on pathogens, we are realizing today that
his therapy very likely conferred other benefits unrelated
to pathogen destruction. The field created by his ray
machine appears to have helped normalize tissue function.
For many reasons, then, it’s a mistake to utilize Rife’s
technology in an allopathic way.
Nevertheless, I do not intend to misrepresent Rife
Therapy. Despite the amazing cures witnessed by Rife’s
colleagues, or how much I have personally benefited, or
the many remarkable success stories reported by friends,
colleagues and acquaintances, I freely admit that even
an outstanding therapy has its limitations. There is no
magic cure-all that has been found to work for everyone,
always. While the majority of people respond favorably
to sessions, some respond minimally or not at all. The
machines cannot produce miracle cures; your body is in
charge of that. If you faithfully give yourself rife sessions
but continue doing what contributed to your getting sick
in the first place, the best equipment in the world will
not produce lasting positive changes. Also, when you use
a healing modality is as important as the therapy itself.
Depending on the extent and type of imbalance, one
protocol may work better at a given time than another.
Sometimes I hear people complain when their healing
is not progressing according to schedule. But whose
schedule? We are not machines, even though the medical
establishment would like us to believe that we are.
cared not only about whether others lived or died, they
also cared about the quality of peoples lives. As I later
discovered, many of the researchers (like me) had at some
point struggled with severe ill health. Others began their
research after the death of a close friend or family member.
As I listened to the presentations and saw how much
there was to learn, it was hard not to feel overwhelmed
by what the seasoned rifers knew. The field of Rife
technology is so vast, it requires the knowledge and
expertise of people in many diverse disciplines: the
healing arts (medical doctor, acupuncturist, homeopath,
naturopath, veterinarian, massage therapist); medical and
scientific research (microscopist, laboratory technician,
microbiologist); historical research (archivist, writer,
filmmaker); physics; and of course electronics engineers,
with their nuts-and-bolts skills of building equipment.
Every rifer has something to contribute. This technology
could not have come this far without input from everyone.
In the years since the first—and, in hindsight, very
elementary—edition of this Handbook was released,
I’ve had the almost daily privilege of connecting with
customers from all over the world: Australia, Austria,
Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark,
France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Israel,
Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Manila, Mexico, the Netherlands,
New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, the Philippines,
Romania, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates,
United Kingdom, Zimbabwe, and of course my native
United States. Words cannot adequately describe my
appreciation of these rich multicultural exchanges. The
health professionals wanted to learn more, do more. And
laypeople, many of them quite ill, made a point of telling
me how rigorously they had been seeking alternatives
to the unhelpful medical treatments they had already
tried. We may not be regularly reading or hearing about
Rife’s inventions in the national media, but that has not
prevented knowledge of this therapy from spreading.
People are waking up. They are intuitively sensing that
frequency healing is a viable option, despite disparaging
comments from the mainstream press. And these seekers
won’t stop searching until they find something that works.
Knowing how to operate frequency equipment and
which frequencies to use is a good start for your health
protocol. But genuine healing usually requires major
changes. This is why The Rife Handbook contains more
than the three chapters that deal with the history of Rife,
the “how to” of his therapy, and the “which frequencies
treatment options limited by what their doctors were
allowed to learn in medical school. And they don’t want
licensing boards to prevent their own doctors from helping
them: most boards forbid doctors to suggest alternatives
to the prevailing (allopathic) standard of care.
People also want their health care providers to honor
their need for compassion and hope as much as they honor
their need for physical care. Health seekers want to be
respected, to have their humanity acknowledged—and
to be free to make their own choices. In other words,
people want a voice in matters that affect them—and
this includes the health protocols they use. No wonder
polls consistently show that three-quarters of the United
States population have sought complementary therapies in
addition to Western medicine!
In this technologically advanced and uncertain age, with
escalating infectious diseases and degenerative conditions,
we need Rife’s and similar technologies more than ever.
Yet the power elite is fighting back even harder, invested
in perpetuating its own agenda and maintaining the status
quo—at the expense of health and happiness, not to
mention lives. Despite an obvious need worldwide for all
kinds of electromedical modalities, information about Rife
Therapy has largely been available only to the few who
discover it by chance, or who know where to look for it
(and to look for it at all). The majority of people in the
United States are ignorant of this elegant technology that
can substantially reduce suffering and save countless lives.
My goal is for The Rife Handbook to empower significant
numbers of people—not only by providing them with
reliable information about more and better health care
choices, but by inspiring them to spread the word to others
that these choices exist.
The widespread use of frequency therapies, including
Rife’s technology, promises to change the way medicine
is practiced. Even if you are fortunate to be in good
health now, it’s comforting to know that this technology
is available if you or a loved one need it in the future.
Simply by picking up this book, you have proven that you
want more than what’s being offered by industrialized
pill pushers, that you aren’t satisfied with the lowest
common denominator of mediocrity. Anyone who
seriously investigates Rife Therapy is making a statement.
Therefore, you deserve to be congratulated for having
the vision and strength to see through—and beyond—
the dominant paradigm. It takes courage to challenge
entrenched ideas!
I sincerely thank you for helping to create this positive
global change in consciousness. It is truly a blessing to
be accompanied by all of you who are embarking on this
amazing journey of healing and hope.
Furthermore, the medical industry has a very narrow
definition of “normal,” even though people vary wildly
outside the range of presumed “normalcy.” How many
times have you heard of someone who felt unwell, only to
have their doctor say, “There’s nothing wrong with you;
you’re in perfect health”? We need to rely on common
sense and how we feel, not blindly trust medical biases
that have no foundation in fact. Much of modern medicine
is based on arbitrary standards that change, according to
the desires, agendas, and goals for profit of those in power.
Here’s a question, then, that I like to ask: If medical
standards keep changing (apparently capriciously), and
doctors keep changing their minds about protocols and
prescriptions (based on these capricious standards), whose
standards should we follow? And from whom should we
seek guidance? Maybe it’s time to reevaluate the health
care you have been receiving. Consulting with a health
professional can be helpful and even essential, but you must
use your own discernment too. Who is most qualified to
help you? The person with the most impressive credentials
may not be your best choice. If your practitioner doesn’t
listen to your concerns or take them seriously, or if his
or her training seems more important than what you are
experiencing, maybe you should start looking for another
You are the one who’s living in your body—so
ultimately, your best teacher is you! However, to become
that exemplary teacher requires commitment. You have
to study, reason, decide what to keep and what to discard,
trust your own (informed) experience, and be willing to
make mistakes and learn from them. And you will make
mistakes! But let that be okay. Taking responsibility and
being accountable for our own decisions and actions makes
us powerful. This book is a stepping stone to acquiring the
knowledge that you need to become an expert…on you.
Today, almost five decades after Rife’s death, the
concepts of Rife Therapy, frequency healing and resonance
therapy—while not yet household phrases (at least in the
US)—are trickling more into the public’s consciousness.
In some circles, the technology is being used so regularly
that the word “rifing” has become a verb. I think that
Royal Rife would have been moved and gratified that his
modality is finally being given the respect it deserves. I
trust that by the time you finish this book, you, too, will
be using the word “rifing” as a verb.
One final thought. More and more people are insisting
that they aren’t commodities that are bought and sold
in the marketplace. They don’t want to be toyed with,
experimented on, or lied to. They don’t want their
... Higher frequency in the body, results in high immune system and health. normal healthy human body has a frequency of 62-72 MHz When the body drops below this frequency, we the immune system suppresses, human cells sends abnormal signals between Mitochondrion and Nucleus, contamination by viral, bacterial and many diseases occurs [12][13][14]. For example, if the normal/healthy human body frequency drops to 58 MHz, then the body will likely to get cold, flu and many parasitic like viral and bacterial diseases. ...
Background: Coronaviruses are a group of related viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans, coronaviruses cause respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal. Mild illnesses include some cases of the common cold, while more lethal varieties can cause SARS, MERS, and COVID-19. The outbreak was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, declared to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020, and recognized as a pandemic on 11 March 2020. Introduction: Coronaviruses are the subfamily Orthocoronavirinae, within the family of Coronaviridae; order Nidovirales, and realm Riboviria. They are enveloped viruses with a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome and a nucleocapsid of helical symmetry. The genome size of coronaviruses is approximately from 26 to 32kilobases. Coronaviruses were first discovered in the 1930s and Human coronaviruses were discovered in the 1960s. The earliest ones studied were from human patients with the common cold, which were later named human coronavirus 229E and human coronavirus OC43. Other human coronaviruses have since been identified, including SARS-CoV in 2003, HCoV NL63 in 2004, HKU1 in 2005, MERS-CoV in 2012, and SARS-CoV-2 in 2019. Most of these have involved serious respiratory tract infections. Discussions & Results: Based on our multidisciplinary research, we have found the major cause and some treatments methods for fighting this powerful pathogen. The prime cause of COVID-19 is pushing the mitochondrial to lose MMP. A loss of the MMP by any mechanism leads to functional and structural collapse of the mitochondria and cell death. Mitophagy plays an important role in maintaining mitochondrial homeostasis, but can also eliminate healthy mitochondria in cases such as cell starvation, viral invasion, and erythroid cell differentiation. The mitochondrial fusion and fission are highly dynamic. Viruses specially COVID-19, interfere with these processes to distort mitochondrial dynamic to facilitate their proliferation. Thus, interfering with these processes promotes the interference of different cellular signaling pathways. The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) escapes the innate immune response by translocating its ORF-9b to mitochondria and promotes proteosomal degradation of dynamin-like protein (Drp1) leading to mitochondrial fission. We also researched on Ultrasonic Energy to destroy the virus which leads to positive results but it needs more future research. The most destructive way of viruses is to enhance Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and free radicals in human contaminated cell which cause inflammation in a host cell. ELF-EMF converts free radicals into less active molecules and eliminates them into two pathways which have been discussed in the discussion part. Using ELF-EMF affects the second pathway that relies on the activity of the catalase and superoxide dismutase enzymes which is the most effective pathway. For the best result of treatment, is the use of lowfrequency magnetic fields (LFMF) plus EMF-ELF which penetrate into deeper tissues, cells and mitochondria. We also have gone through many researches since 1920 and found if we emit the frequency as the same frequency of COVID-19, can cause resonance in the virus and destroy it. So we measured the SARS-CoV-2 frequency by Cyclotron and calculated the frequencyof the virus is 30 KHz-500 KHz. Conclusion: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) is one of the most complex viruses which have been discovered since 2020. Until today, there has been no Antiviral Drug which can be useful in the treatment of this infectious disease has been discovered till today. COVID-19 genomic sequence containing SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and Influenza A. Therefore; there is a high possibility of continuing COVID-19 even in summer. To gain the best result in treatment, we should use low-frequency magnetic fields (LFMF) plus EMF which penetrate into deeper tissues, cells and mitochondria in order to reduce ROS and Inflammation. In order to destroy SARS-CoV-2 virus in environment and also in infected individuals, we should use ELF-EMF plus LFMF. We also have gone through many researches since 1920 and found if we emit the frequency as the same frequency of COVID-19, it can cause resonance in the virus and destroy it. So we measured the SARS-CoV-2 frequency by Cyclotron and calculated the frequency of the virus that id is 30 KHz-500 KHz. The differences in the frequencies are due to the size of the virus which is from 26 to 32 Kilobases.
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